Assistant Professor of Medicine
Associate Program Director, Curriculum Development
Director, Preliminary and Neurology Track
GME Medical Director, Patient Safety and Quality Education and CLER Program Development
Areas of Clinical Interest
Internal Medicine -- Certified
- B.S.: University of Puget Sound, 2005
- Medical Degree: Oregon Health & Science University, 2010
- Residency: Washington University in St. Louis/Barnes Jewish Hospital, 2013
- Chief Residency: Barnes-Jewish/Washington University, 2014
- Doyle KP; Suchland KL; Ciesielski TM; Lessov NS; Grandy DK; Scanlan TS; Stenzel-Poore MP. Novel Thyroxine Derivatives, Thyronamine and 3-iodothyronamine, Induce Transient Hypothermia and Marked Neuroprotection Against Stroke Injury. Stroke 2007:38:2569-2576.
- Stevens SL, Ciesielski TMP, Marsh BJ, Yang T, Homen DS, Boule J, Lessov NS, Simon RP and Stenzel-Poore MP. Toll-like receptor 9: a new target of ischemic preconditioning in the brain. J. Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 2008 May; 28(5):1040-7
- Doyle KP, Yang T, Lessov NS, Ciesielski TM, Stevens SL, Simon RP, King JS, Stenzel-Poore MP. Nasal administration of osteopontin mimetics confers neuroprotection in stroke. J Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 2008 Jun; 28(6):1235-48
- Ciesielski, T. “Basics of effective sign-out.” In TM De Fer, E Knoche, G LaRossa, and H Sateia. The Intern Survival Guide. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia. Fourth edition, 2013.
- Ciesielski, T, Fraser V. “Introduction.” The Washington Manual of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement (in progress).
- Ciesielski, T. “Preventable Harms.” The Washington Manual of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement (in progress).